Phaphatha

(Botswanian)

flour, sugar, salt, yeast, oil

Phaphatha is a circular, flattened dumpling from Botswana, consisting of flour and yeast. It is cooked without water, often in a frying pan. Due to its large size, the bread is usually used as an accompaniment to big meals, although it can be consumed for breakfast or as a snack.

Created Oct. 18, 2020 by: atasneem


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(Botswanian)

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Most common dishes consumed for breakfast in Botswana